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2021 Bucklew Scholars

Academic prowess, passion for discovery and service earn West Virginia students Bucklew Scholarship

Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, West Virginia University’s Bucklew Scholars continue to maintain high standards for academics, a passion for discovery and a desire to serve their state and others, while eagerly awaiting an opportunity to travel abroad.

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Mickey and Deborah Knowles

$1.27M gift boosts Huggins research endowment at WVU Cancer Institute

A Charleston man’s $1.27 million gift to the WVU Cancer Institute will help improve cancer care for future patients in memory of his late wife, certified orthopedic nurse Deborah K. Knowles.

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We Are Stronger Together

$18.1M in scholarship support raised to benefit WVU students

In the year since the COVID-19 pandemic began, West Virginia University alumni and friends have contributed over $18.1 million to ensure students can achieve their dreams by enrolling at WVU or proceeding with their education.

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James and Catherine Eliades Faller donate a $1.7 million legacy gift for chemical engineering students in need.

Couple’s legacy gift aids chemical engineering students at WVU’s Statler College

Chemical engineering students in need will benefit from a $1.7 million legacy gift made by an alumnus of West Virginia University’s Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources and his wife.

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We are Stronger together 

Helping WVU students affected by COVID-19

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Callyn Zeigler

Callyn Zeigler '23

After a year of undergraduate studies, Bucklew Scholar Callyn Zeigler is already blazing trails in the WVU Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.

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